This webinar provides the principles an effective audit report writing. The audit report represents the end result of weeks of reviews, analyses, interviews and discussions. It is used to provide information to management on the areas you reviewed.
And, more importantly, the report brings issues to their attention that needs to be addressed. How well you communicate that information is critical to getting the results you are seeking.
Why Should You Attend:
An audit report demonstrates the value of your work as it provides information on the areas you reviewed and that needs to be addressed. Effectively communicating the results can positively influence readers and get the results you are seeking. A well written audit report enhancements add value to your clients by providing:
Concise and persuasive reports
Observations and conclusions that can be easily communicated to a broad audience
Conclusive data that will enable them to take necessary action
Areas Covered in this Webinar:
Identifying the Audit Report Provisions in the IIA Standards
Audit Report Writing Purpose
Types of Audit Reports
Elements of an Audit Report
Five Cs of an Audit Finding
Audit Report Quality
Audit Report Enhancements
Wrap Up and Review
Understand the report writing provisions in the Standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors
Write audit reports that meet the needs of your audit clients and prompt them to take action on your recommendations
Write audit findings using the five elements of an audit observation: criteria, condition, cause, consequences, and corrective action
Understand the typical audit report structure for various types of reports
Understand the mandatory information required for every audit report and other best practices
Improve the quality of your audit reports through techniques that address tone, clarity, conciseness, and accuracy
Who Will Benefit:
Chief Audit Executives
Internal Control Specialists
Quality Control Specialists
Quality / Operations VPs
Jonnie Keith has been in auditing for over 40 years. He retired in 2012 as the assistant general manager (AGM) of internal audit with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) in Atlanta, GA. He served in that capacity for over 10 years and was responsible for administering their overall audit activities. He was also responsible for the review and approval of all internal audit correspondence including audit reports, executive summaries, internal and external correspondence, etc.
Prior to that, he worked at MARTA as the operational audit manager and senior contract compliance auditor. He also worked at Norfolk Southern Railway (Southern Railway) as a senior operational auditor and started his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as a bank examiner.
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